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Julius Malema again roasts a white lady in court, as she fails to respond to Malema’s questions. Vid

See the source imageThe leader and president of the EFF, Julius Sello Malema is at his best, as he continues to interrogate white people at their comfort zone. Malema is a fearless man, and he has shown it several times while he was in the ANC, and after forming his own political party. He is fighting for equality in this country. He is the only leader who seems to be touched by the living conditions of black South Africans. Malema was interviewed by the deputy chief justice, Raymond Zondo, and was given a platform to engage with a white lady. Julius Malema likes getting facts, he did not want to waste time with unnecessary and irrelevant questions in this court. Julius Malema was in a small feud with this lady, over a matter which involved EFF lawyers and counselors from Limpopo, who seem to be conducting themselves in an inappropriate manner. 

Julius Malema, the leader of the EFF, asked advocate Jacobus Johannes Strijdom SC to apologize for his participation in prosecuting anti-apartheid campaigners in a video that went viral. During a Judicial Service Commission (JSC) interview on Wednesday, the attorney who prosecuted incidents of public violence during the apartheid era was pushed to apologize.

Malema, who represents his party in the JSC, urged Strijdom to take advantage of the opportunity to apologize. Malema can be heard addressing Strijdom in the viral video, "[This is your] opportunity to apologize, if you are so willing." “I apologize for being a part of the apartheid system, for being a part of the apartheid laws, for the fact that we enforced those laws, and for being one of the instruments used to enforce those laws. "I apologize to those individuals," Strijdom stated. Malema replied with a heartfelt "thank you."

The video that has been trending recently, shows Julius Malema, furiously defending his colleagues in Limpopo who are accused by a white lady, of their misconduct and disrespect towards the courts of South Africa. Julius Malema did not like the generalization that she used.


WATCH | Malema urges advocate to apologise for his role in prosecuting anti-apartheid activists (

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